Prayer Prompters

Please pray for:

  • our upcoming New York City Summer Witnessing Campaign: training is from June 17 to 29, and the campaign will run from June 30 to July 28. Please pray for open hearts, team unity, and wisdom for Sarah Ascher as she leads this year’s campaign
  • our new branch in Haifa, Israel, that God will strengthen the work there, especially our team (Peter, Yarden and Avigail) as they follow up from our month-long Behold Your God Israel Campaign, which just concluded in the lower Galilee region on May 24
  • God’s continued blessing on the next generation of Jews for Jesus, and that He’ll continue to provide more laborers to reach Jewish people with the gospel
  • salvation for Simon’s “coffee” contacts: David, Leo, Stanley and Allan
  • God’s people to take advantage of the buzz around popular books and movies to discuss spiritual truths
  • salvation for the Jewish man who witnessed our people being harassed in London; a good transition for new Jewish believer Eli, who is coming out of a strict Orthodox lifestyle in Israel, and salvation for his family; salvation for Eliezer, an older Israeli who is open to the gospel but fearful of taking that “leap of faith;” continued opportunities for Susan Mendelson to meet people at information tables in Long Island malls; and salvation for two men Ofer Levy is meeting with in Los Angeles, Charles and Eilon
  • praise God for Lois, of whom we wrote in our April newsletter. Lois was touched to see her story in our newsletter, as well as the prayer request for her to keep growing. She wanted our readers to know that she has now been baptized!

Of Note:

According to an article by Michael Chabin picked up by the Jerusalem RNS, certain “Israeli postal workers outside Tel Aviv are refusing to deliver thousands of copies of the New Testament and other Hebrew-language Christian materials:

“Israel media reported Tuesday (March 6) that dozens of religious and secular Jewish mail deliverers jointly informed their supervisors that disseminating the materials goes against their religious beliefs.”

The Israel Postal Company told Ynet News that it is “a governmental company operating in accordance to the Postal Law, which obligates us to distribute any mail it receives. The Israel Postal Company has no right or ability to choose what it can or cannot distribute. Therefore, the mail will be distributed according to the law.”